England U20s have claimed a Grand Slam after beating Ireland
They had already been crowned 2017 U20s Six Nations champion
Tries from Jack Nay and Henry Walker was enough to qin
England Under 20s completed their Six Nations Grand Slam as they overcame Ireland 14-10 in front of an onlooking Joe Schmidt.
The reigning world champions finished the tournament with 27 out of a possible 28 points.
After a tense opening, Saracens second-row Jack Nay finished off a close range rolling maul for England with clubmate Max Malins converting, 0-7.
After a long period of pressure, fly-half Bill Johnston got the Ireland on the board with a well-struck penalty after 39 minutes.
Nevertheless, in first half overtime Gloucester hooker Henry Walker went in under the posts on his England U20 debut.
Fly-half Malins again slotted the conversion to push England 14-3 ahead at the break.
Replacement Gavin Coombes forced his way over for Ireland after the restart with Johnston converting to set up a grandstand finish but England held on, 10-14.